[RCU] Sending the original IP address to the IMAP server

André Rodier andre at rodier.me
Sat Apr 13 18:00:04 CEST 2019

On 2019-04-13 14:57, André Rodier wrote:
> On 2019-04-13 14:41, Jorge Bastos wrote:
>> André,
>> It'll always be RC doing the connection, not the IP of the other side
>> that open's the browser,
>> -----Original Message-----
>> From: users-bounces at lists.roundcube.net
>> <users-bounces at lists.roundcube.net> On Behalf Of André Rodier
>> Sent: 13 de abril de 2019 14:36
>> To: users at lists.roundcube.net
>> Subject: [RCU] Sending the original IP address to the IMAP server
>> Hello everyone,
>> I would like to know if there is a way to configure RoundCube to send
>> the original IP address to the IMAP server, using the ID command.
>> This is used in Dovecot, to log the remote IP address where the client
>> is connecting from. and not having the logs filled of connections from
>> ""
>> Is it something supported by RoundCube? And if yes, how can I 
>> configure it?
>> Thanks a lot.
>> André
> Hello Jorge,
> From the browser point of view, yes.
> However, I know this is technically feasible.
> Dovecot allows you to override the IP address, using the ID extension.
> I found this plugin:
> https://github.com/corbosman/dovecot_ident/blob/master/dovecot_ident.php
> Any chance this feature to be integrated in core, out of the box?
> Thanks,
> André

I confirm this is now working, even when using imapproxy to cache IMAP 

Question for the developers: Any chance to integrate this function 
directly into RoundCube, without having to use a plugin ?

It seems to be a _de facto_ standard, accoring to Wikipedia: 



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